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No offence taken when none is meant.
To live in fear is a life half-lived.
Call me not fortunate till you see me buried.
The nightingale will run out of songs before a woman runs out of conversation.
To tell a woman what she cannot do is to tell her what she can.
He who has but one coat cannot lend it.
Don’t scuffle with the potter, for he makes money by the damage.
By the street of “by-and-by” one arrives at the house of “never.”
A friend in time of need is a friend indeed.
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